Got a question?
Have a question?
We know that it can feel overwhelming to try and figure all of this stuff out in regards to which treatment option is best for you. Please don’t hesitate to call us to speak to someone live to answer any question that you may have.
When Can I Expect Results?
Some patients experience immediate relief, even after the very first treatment. Your practitioner will determine the total number of treatments they feel will give you the most benefit and create a custom care plan for your unique health situation.
Typically, treatments are done 1 time per week.
How many treatments should I expect?
Your healthcare practitioner will determine which course of treatment is best for your individual situation. Most of our patients see results after a few treatments, and continue to want the PIR treatment. Most patients come in 1 time per week, until symptoms are reduced.
How much do treatments cost?
Our treatments may be covered by Medicare & PPO Insurance providers. Please contact us and we will be happy to confirm your insurance and if there is any out of pocket cost. If you do not have insurance or are covered under a plan we do noat accept, we do have cash options available.
How do I schedule an appointment?
Due to the high demand for this treatment and the limited space available in our clinic there may be delays in scheduling your appointment. We ARE currently accepting new patients, so all you have to do is give us a call and we will get you scheduled for your initial consultation with us.
What is InSolutions?
InSolutions uses Insulin as a hormone vs. a drug. InSolutions uses precision dosing patterns of insulin that is consistent with normal hormone secretion and closely resembles the body’s natural signaling pathway. During a 2-3 hour IV therapy session, the proper dose of insulin is given (as a hormone) to help the body reduce resistance and get it begin to get it back into balance.
As the patient’s insulin resistance improves, healthcare providers can titrate other medications to optimize treatment regimens further. PIR permits the ability to lower the dosing of subcutaneous insulin and other diabetic medications.
- Reduces insulin resistance
- Increases the amount of blood sugar entering the cell.
- Increases the conversion of sugar into energy.
How Can I Learn More About InSolutions?
Just give us a call and we will be able to discuss these options in greater detail. We have several diabteic treatments that are game-changers for our patients and we can schedule you an in-depth diabtes consultation in our office.
Does Medicare Cover My Treatments?
Our treatments, including PIR may be covered by Medicare & Major PPO insurance. Give us a call, we would be happy to confirm your insurance coverage for you.